Christina Sickbert – Director/Stage Manager

It has been an absolute pleasure working with this amazing cast, crew, and creative team to bring this holiday tradition back to the main stage of Woodstock Arts.  A Christmas Carol tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge and his path from a cold-hearted miser to a lovable and charitable man.  Scrooge is brought on this journey by three ghosts, who show him the spirit of Christmas and how it has, is, and will be around him if only he would open his eyes to see it.  This musical adaptation of a cherished and classic story highlights, not only Scrooge but most importantly, the people around him throughout his lifetime. It is through seeing the love and joy of people around him that he truly understands the meaning of compassion and love…and Christmas.  I hope you enjoy the production and Scrooge’s journey! 

Tony Vila – Ebeneezer Scrooge

Tony is glad to be back at Woodstock Arts. Previous WA credits include Christmas Present (ACC 2019) and Mushnik (Little Shop). Thanks to Julie for her unending patience. He wishes you a Merry Christmas, Joyous Yule, Happy Chanukah, Happy Kwanzaa, Festive Solstice, and all the best of the season!

Stefanie Poole – Christmas Future/Old Hag

This is an exciting opportunity to be on stage with some amazing castmates who are like family. It’s even more exciting to be on stage with her son who inspired her to audition. Stefanie appreciates the support to break out of her shell from her family and friends. #breaklegsACCfam


Beth Fuller – Mrs. Chatchit/Ensemble

Beth is very excited to be back on stage for A Christmas Carol after being in the outdoor production last year. This is her first show with her son, Caleb! Thank you especially to her husband for all the support! May you leave reminded to share love and compassion this Christmas season.

Ariel Saah – Emily/Sally

Ariel Saah is proud that her theatrical debut is with Woodstock Arts’ production of A Christmas Carol. She attends Georgia State, earning a B.A. in International Studies, and enjoys writing and practicing Taekwondo. Ariel is grateful for the support of her family, particularly that her two siblings.

Hayes Welch – Ensemble/Dancer

Hayes lives her entire life as if she’s on stage but got her official stage start in Honk! here at Elm St. She’s in 8th grade and is homeschooled. She stays busy with swim, golf, tennis, and any anything else to hang with friends and family. Hayes wishes you & yours a very Merry Christmas!

Lauren/LaLa – Music Director

Miss LaLa’s family line is filled with musicians. She was in Cobb Children’s Theater for 7 years, and in-band/choir/theater at Marietta City Schools. She majored in Elem. Music Ed. & started her music & theater business Arts of Cobb 17 years ago. She has enjoyed working with this talented cast/team.

Olivia Adams – Christmas Past/Lamplighter

Olivia Adams is very happy to be returning to the Woodstock Arts Stage since Freaky Friday in February! She wants to thank her Professors at Reinhardt for helping build her confidence through her first semester as a Musical Theatre Major! Please enjoy the show, friends!

Darrell Meek – Jacob Marley

This will be Darrell’s 5th yr in a musical Xmas Carol. It has been an exciting change & challenge for D performing as Marley this time. Knees Up VilaScrooge; you’re in the hot seat now and we love your choices. Many Thanks & Love to this wonderful cast/crew as well as D’s loving family.

Poppy Vila – Martha Cratchit/Ensemble

Poppy is excited to be in their 3rd production of ACC at WA. Having grown up in the cast, they are pleased to be helping their dad find his way to Christmas Joy. When not on stage Poppy is working tirelessly at the school they helped build, Logic Creative Labs. Love to my family, friends, & dog.

Harper Eddy – Fan/Ensemble

is in 4th grade at Carmel Elementary. You may have seen her as Doorknob in Alice in Wonderland Jr and as Jane in Descendants. She has also been in several shows at Off Broadway Children’s Theatre in Alpharetta. She wants to thank her Woodstock Arts teachers & counselors for all their love&support.

Caroline Van Zant – Ensemble

Caroline is thrilled to be in this year’s production of Christmas Carol! Her past favorite roles at Woodstock arts include: The I White Rabbit, Mrs. Time, and Carlos De Vil. Caroline thanks her Woodstock arts friends for always supporting her. Thank you for coming, and enjoy the show!

Justin Spainhour-Roth – Choreographer

Justin is thrilled to ring in the most wonderful time of the year with the joy and magic that is A Christmas Carol at Woodstock Arts! Previous Choreography/Direction credits: A Christmas Carol (2019) and Mary Poppins Jr. at WA! All the best to the cast, crew, team, and love to Stephen! #SassyFoot

Rob Constantine – Fezziwig/Ghost Of Christmas Present

Rob Constantine is an Atlanta-based actor, musician, teacher, and director. This is his first production with Woodstock Arts. Past productions include King Louie in The Jungle Book, Tevye in Fiddler On The Roof, Rooster Hannigan in Annie, and Lennie in Of Mice & Men.

Kalynn Richard – Tiny Tim

Kalynn Richard is extremely excited to be a part of this production. She is 9 years old and in the 4th grade. Her favorite subjects are social studies and science. When she isn’t at the theatre, Kalynn loves to make crafts, sew, sing, ride her bike and play with her friends.

Caleb Fuller – Grayson Smythe/Scrooge at 8/Ensemble

Caleb is very excited to be making his debut on stage. This is his first production on stage outside of summer camp at Woodstock Arts. He is in 3rd grade and loves math and science. He hopes you enjoy the show!

Briallen Sanchez-Thurber – Mrs. Fezziwig/Mrs, Mops/Ensemble

Briallen is excited to make her debut at Woodstock Arts! She recently graduated with her Bachelors degree in Theatre from Florida Gulf Coast University. She would like to thank her mother for supporting her and Christina for giving her the opportunity to do what she loves! Merry Christmas all!

Baylee Brown – Ensemble

Baylee is excited to perform in her second show at Woodstock Arts. She previously acted at Smoke Rise Academy in Lilburn. She is in chorus and plays percussion in band. She has a passion for performing arts and has years of dance and voice training. Enjoy the Holiday season and the show!

Director/Stage manager.   Christina Sickbert

Music Director

Lauren McBride

Assistant Director/Assistant Stage Manager

Julie Vila 

Choreographer                       Justin Spainhour-Roth

Lighting Designer                Beth Tate

Costume Designer                Cindy Flanders

Sound operator                    Carol Ann Sanders

Soundboard operator           Gavin Markham

Lightboard operator                  Rebecca Edison

Crew.                                            Ali Hospodka

Tony Stokes – Bob Cratchit

delightfully returns as Bob Cratchit for the 3rd time. Other Woodstock Arts credits include Legally Blonde (Kyle/Ensemble), The Wizard of Oz (Lion), Bright Star (Stanford Adams/Ensemble), and The Drowsy Chaperone (Gangster). Many thanks to his son Mason & for their love & support.

Blake Galloway – Young Ebenezer/Fred

Blake is very excited to be in his first production with Woodstock Arts! He thanks his parents for always being supportive and his coworkers for showing up.

Alex Gilliam – Old joe/Mr. Smythe/Ensemble

Alex is a sophomore at Sequoyah High School. He enjoys being involved in drama both at school and with Woodstock Arts. He is also in Chorus and loves music. He would like to thank his family for their support, especially his dog Patches.

Matteo Poole – Jonathan/Scrooge at 12

Matteo is 10 years old and in 5th grade. This is his 3rd time being in A Christmas Carol with Woodstock Arts. Matteo enjoys acting, singing & doing art.
He wants to thank his WA family for being like a second family. Most importantly, he’d like to thank his family who has always supported him!!

Jazz Martin – Ensemble

This is Jazz Martin’s first year at Woodstock Arts. Besides being cast in A Christmas Carol, Jazz has been cast as Wendy in Peter Pan and Wendy and Jasmine in Aladdin. Jazz’s love of performing came at the early age of two. Jazz would like to thank everyone who had helped her throughout her journey.